Contract talks between Napoli and their Polish midfielder Piotr Zielinski have stalled due to a disagreement over his release clause, according to reports from Italy.
Zielinski is under contract at the Stadio San Paolo for another three years but the release clause of £57m (
"When he came to Naples, he had that option [to go to Liverpool], but they did really well to convince him," explained Corsi.
Zielinski has made 104 appearances for Napoli since joining them two years ago and was a regular last season as I Partenopei recorded their highest ever Serie A points tally, although they still missed out on the title to Juventus.
He is currently away on international duty with Poland and played the full 90 minutes of the 3-2 defeat to Portugal on Thursday.